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Who's in for Barry Roubaix 2020?
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Back in for the pain for 2020. Got my ass handed to me this year, but back in for more of the same next year. Using it as a goal to get lean and go better than last year. Signed up for the 62 miler.

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spot wrote:
Back in for the pain for 2020. Got my ass handed to me this year, but back in for more of the same next year. Using it as a goal to get lean and go better than last year. Signed up for the 62 miler.

18 for me next year. Life has gotten in the way and I don’t have much time to train so I’m focusing on running, but there’s no way I’d miss out on Barry!
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is this the one that goes through somebody's house???

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ericMPro wrote:
is this the one that goes through somebody's house???

If that happens at BR, you're doing it wrong.

I was on the waiting list for the 100, as of Friday night, I'm now in for the 100. Somebody bailed pretty quickly.
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ericMPro wrote:
is this the one that goes through somebody's house???

That’s the Rock Cobbler in Bakersfield...
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JMosey wrote:
spot wrote:
Back in for the pain for 2020. Got my ass handed to me this year, but back in for more of the same next year. Using it as a goal to get lean and go better than last year. Signed up for the 62 miler.


18 for me next year. Life has gotten in the way and I don’t have much time to train so I’m focusing on running, but there’s no way I’d miss out on Barry!

Nothing like the Founder’s Centennial IPAs afterwards!

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I'm in. I've done the 36 plenty of times, but am going to give the 100 a shot next year.
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I'm in for the 36, I did it for the first time last year and had a great time!

I can't wait for it this year!
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I've done it every year since they started. I ride the route all the time. Love it.

I'm in for 36 only because I may do really well. I kicked butt last year. However, I also need to start moving up, so I'll probably bump up to the 60 miler.

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Well there goes any training motivation out the window for the fall. Canceled. See you (hopefully) in the 62 miler next spring.

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